CLEVELAND, OH - JULY 3: Workers remove the Nike LeBron James banner from the Sherwin-Williams building near Quicken Loans Arena on July 3, 2018 in Cleveland, Ohio. Jason Miller/Getty Images/AFP
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Cavs GM 'hurt,' but 'thankful' after end of LeBron eraIn his first public reaction since LeBron James chose to leave his hometown Cavaliers for the Los Angeles Lakers in free agency, Cleveland general manager Koby Altman on Friday said he was "extremely thankful" for James' contributions, but admitted "a level of hurt" over the superstar's departure.Altman said he and the Cleveland front office felt the team had a legitimate chance to retain James, who opted out of his contract a week ago and became the most sought-after free agent in the league since, well, the last time James was a free agent four years ago -- when he returned home for his second stint in Cleveland after four successful seasons in Miami with the Heat.
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